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About New Zealand visa for Vatican

With splendid landscapes and locals, New Zealand is one of the most favored tourist spots. The natural beauty and the hospitality of the locals attract tourists from every corner of the world. Who doesn't put New Zealand on the bucket list? Rightly so! Nature in New Zealand is beautiful, and the country is perfect for the ultimate road and camping trip. If you then decide to make the far and expensive journey to the other side of the world, make sure you are well-prepared. Since October 1, 2019, there have been new rules about the visa for New Zealand, i.e., NZeTA. We will update you!

What is NZeTA?

Before October 1, 2019, it was not necessary to have a New Zealand visa before traveling to the country. As Vaticans, you belong to the so-called Visa Waiver countries. Upon entering, you were only checked whether you met the requirements for entering, and then you received an (electronic) stamp in your passport, and you were allowed to stay in the country for 3 months. This is no longer possible, and as a tourist with Vatican nationality, you need an NZeTA, which is electronic permission to enter the country.

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Everything about an NZeTA

New Zealand visa for Vatican Citizens is the best choice for many travelers: cheap, easy to arrange, and valid for a stay of up to 3 months. You may not work with an NZeTA, but you may apply for a (paid) job. Volunteering is also not allowed, but you can study for a maximum of 3 months.

Conditions for an NZeTA

To qualify, you must meet many requirements. Here are the main visa requirements for New Zealand:

  • You must have a return or transit ticket upon arrival in New Zealand.
  • Your passport must be valid for at least 3 months after your planned departure from New Zealand.
  • Your passport must be valid for at least 3 months after your planned departure from New Zealand.
  • During immigration, you may be asked to provide proof of sufficient financial resources to support yourself during your period in New Zealand. So take some screenshots of the balance in your bank account before boarding that long flight to New Zealand.
  • If you can be a risk to the security or public order, you may not be allowed to travel to New Zealand. Even if you have been sentenced or suspected of a criminal offence for which you may be imprisoned, you will most likely not be admitted.
  • You should not have serious, communicable diseases when you arrive in New Zealand.

If none of this is a problem for you, then you can apply for New Zealand eTA from our website page.

How long will it take for your visa to get ready?

For the processing visa fees and time required to get your eTA completed, we offer you 3 options. The pricing will depend on the given options-

  • Normal eTA Processing – Your eTA application is processed within 48–72 hours, and the charge is USD 60 including service fees.
  • Emergency eTA Processing – You'll receive your eTA within 24–48 hours. The charge for the application is USD 75 including service fees.
  • Rush eTA Processing – This is the quickest option. You'll get an eTA Visa in only 12–24 hours. The price will be USD 85 including service fees.

NZeTA and Tourism Levy for Vatican City

You must complete your New Zealand visa from Vatican applications for New Zealand on time. In most cases, your Electronic Travel Authority application will be approved immediately. However, there are always exceptions, so if you submit your application on time, you still have the option of applying for a different visa on our website page again, if your NZeTA application is rejected.

If you want to fill in your New Zealand eTA application and tourist tax, we also offer this option. You can pay with a Debit/Credit Card.

Validity of an NZeTA

An NZeTA is valid for 2 years from the moment of award. During this period, you can enter and leave New Zealand as many times as you want. Each stay can be a maximum of 3 consecutive months, you can spend a maximum of 6 months in New Zealand with an NZeTA.

If you have received another passport after your NZeTA has been issued, for example, because your previous one has expired or been lost, you must provide your new passport number before traveling to New Zealand, and it electronically links your NZeTA to your new passport.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can go to New Zealand as a tourist and stay there for a short amount of time from Vatican City. The length of time you can stay depends on what kind of visa you have.

If you want to apply for a New Zealand visa for Vatican, fill out an online form on our website, follow the instructions, submit the required papers, and pay the fees.

Individuals seeking citizenship in New Zealand must demonstrate residency in the country for a specified time, a strong link with the country, and particular character and language standards. These requirements may vary depending on the type of visa and the circumstances of the individual.

New Zealand visa policy for Vatican City is subject to periodic adjustments and changes. It is likely that changes have occurred since then as a result of the changing global environment. It is recommended that you frequent our website to ensure that you have the most up-to-date and correct visa information.